Bloomberg Law quotes FisherBroyles’ employment partner Eric B. Meyer on the risks that customers who discriminate pose for employers.

Sep 20, 2022
  • Employment Law
  • FisherBroyles News

“Employers may lean toward taking a hands-off approach when customers or other third parties exhibit discriminatory behavior in a workplace,” writes Bloomberg Law’s J. Edward Moreno, “but the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission takes a dim view of laissez-faire attitudes and will sue.”

While there is no one-size-fits-all remedy to prevent third-party harassment, FisherBroyles’ employment partner Eric B. Meyer offers employers some solutions to address the problem before the EEOC paints a bullseye on the company.

You can read the full article quoting Eric here.

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